The narratives of Bahraini intelligence rooms have never been used to distort the image and reputation of opposition figures. A new fabrication is being employed by the Bahraini regime today on two levels: the first is the image of the leader of the Al-Wefaq Society Sheikh Hassan Issa, and the second is the investment in the bazaar of the Gulf dispute with Qatar.
The story of Al-Maqam mosque presents a new blow to the Bahraini intelligence service and its narratives. This mosque is located in the area of the valleys of the island of Sitra, the old mosque built, was led by the leadership of the former parliamentary leader Sheikh Hassan Issa. The decision to re-build was the result of consultations held by Sheikh Issa with the worshipers, but the problem was funding.
As part of the search for donors, the option was left to one of the Qatari philanthropists, Mohammed Sulaiman Haider, according to the Bahraini Pearl channel. The Qatari man ensures reconstruction funding, to begin the process in 2010 before it stops later.
Sheikh Hassan Issa received contributions in the form of payments through the National Bank of Bahrain, under the eyes of the Authority, and through the banking channels approved in Bahrain for the transfer of funds.
On 18 August 2015, the Bahraini authorities arrested the former deputy of the Al-Wefaq Group Sheikh Hassan Issa upon his return to Bahrain at the airport, without knowing the reasons. Later, the Saljata was charged with financing terrorism. Sheikh Issa's case remained hostage to the politicized judiciary in Bahrain until the Gulf crisis erupted recently.
In conjunction with the dispute, and to justify the Bahraini official position from Qatar, several scenarios emerged, including Qatar's accusation of supporting the Bahraini opposition. A few days before the official television show remittances to Sheikh Hassan Aissa, claiming that the amounts transferred to the Sheikh with the aim of destabilizing the country, note that the remittances show that the date of disbursement was before February 14, 2011, when he was a parliamentary speaker.
This is how the intelligence authorities underestimate the minds without asking anyone: Why did not they submit their documents when Sheikh Hassan Issa was a member of the Bahraini parliament? Why has not it been revealed over the past 6 years of a crisis in which the Authority did not provide a weapon or otherwise known to strike the opposition ?? Sf